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Description: Loraine Hotel lobby with local business directory next to registration desk, male customer at registration counter and two clerks in front of Western Union...
Description: Louise Marston, Society Editor, with Dorothy French and Barbara Muckler, assistant editors.
Description: The WIBA automatic telephone system which will give latest baseball scores is tested on first day of operation. Shown testing the phones are Norman Hahn, W...
Description: Glenn M. Wise (Mrs. John Wise), Wisconsin's first woman Secretary of State, at her desk in the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Description: Hildur Hanson, receptionist in the "Wisconsin State Journal" editorial rooms, looks over the 25-piece tool kit which will be awarded for the best construct...
Description: Women work in the packaging and shipping department of the Floralo Incense Company, located at 1212 Regent Street.
Description: Sue Collins jots down scores she hears transmitted by the new recorder machine as radio station WIBA's automatic telephone system is in operation for the f...
Description: A telephone in the cell block at the Madison police headquarters, adjacent to the fingerprinting counters, explicitly for use by arrested persons. The pict...
Description: The theme "Every Call Counts" at the first United Givers report luncheon will be symbolized by the huge replica of a telephone. Shown with the phone are (l...
Description: Curlee Seals, Jr. discussing plans for his 1949 Soap Box Derby racer with three members of the Madison Junior Chamber of Commerce, Curlee's sponsor for the...
Description: Two man and one woman are working in the laboratory of the Oscar Mayer Company plant. In the foreground the woman is writing in a book at a desk with a tel...
Description: Group portrait of the officials for the 1949 Soap Box Derby. Left to right, seated: Sgt. Ed Roman, of the Marine recruiting station; Ralph Hult, president...
Description: Southwest Wisconsin Council of the Telephone Pioneers of America, as their community service project, present a piano to the Children's Unit of University...
Description: Charles T. Davies, Mazomanie representative of the Wisconsin Telephone Company, receives the first dial telephone call to be handled through the Wisconsin...
Description: Marjorie White of 25 East Dayton Street wears a fur coat and head scarf as she uses what is alledged to be the first 24-hour, outdoor-accessible pay phone...
Description: Altrusa Club members preparing for a benefit program for the club's scholarship and hospital fund, at which Kathryn Turney Garten will give a book review....
Description: Gene Coffman, founder of Gratco Corporation, at his home office desk on Sommers Avenue.
Description: The Advertising Department of the "Wisconsin State Journal" has artists, copy writers, and technical experts to "help you shop."
Description: Howie Mazur has a telephone conversation with his favorite girl. The photograph was taken as part of a series entitled, "What to Do on a Date."
Description: Mrs. Rose E. Amoth works at the new police telephone switchboard at the police station, 14 South Webster Street.
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